Top 5 Spinach Smoothies for this Spring

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In constant pursuit of fit and attractive summer body, people often find themselves trying different things. Not everything you try will give desirable results. But, there is a solution and it is called spinach smoothie. Spinach smoothies are easy and quick to make. The only equipment you need is a blender. Drinking a glass every day will provide you with all the vitamins you need and it is much cheaper to make your own, homemade spinach smoothie than to buy it.

Green smoothie cleanse is something very popular these days and something very effective.  Here we won’t talk about green smoothie cleanse, but we will show you top 5 spinach smoothie recipes for the spring.

Apple – Spinach Green Smoothie

This is easy to make and very tasty smoothie. Plus it is full of nutrients. Give it a try!

Spinach and Chia Seeds Smoothie

It’s name says it all – spinach, chia seeds, peanut butter, almond milk guarantee you a lot of fiber, proteins and good fats that will kick-start your day. Perfect for breakfast or afternoon snack.

Strawberry – Spinach Smoothie

This isn’t one of those healthy green smoothies that you just have to pinch your nose and choke down. It is among the tastiest green smoothies I’ve tried. It’s a perfect way to pack in some fruits and veggies into your diet.

Spinach, Pear and Ginger Smoothie

This refreshing spinach, pear and ginger smoothie is packed with greens, healthy protein and fiber! Perfect for breakfast, snack or even a healthy dessert!

Pineapple and Spinach Smoothie

Delicious and refreshing smoothie to start off your day. And something else that is awesome about this smoothie is that kids love it!


Green smoothies offer a lot of nutrients. People generally avoid greens because they don’t taste very nice but in smoothies, even those who don’t like them, eat them because other fruits and veggies give them taste. The amount of vitamins depends on foods you use.

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